Democracy Now! Thursday, January 15, 2004
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Bushs New Space Program Criticized Over Costs & Nuclear Fears
Tens of Thousands of Iraqis Protest Calling For Elections
Human Rights Watch: U.S. Committing War Crimes in Iraq
Pentagon: Suicide Rate In Iraq Growing
Belgium Court Throws Out War Crimes Complaint Against Franks
Mueller: U.S. May Try 9/11 Suspects by Military Tribunal
Rev. Jesse Jackson On "Mad Dean Disease," the 2000 Elections and Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King
On the anniversary of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.s birthday we are joined in our studio by another renowned civil rights leader: the Rev. Jesse Jackson.
Bush's New Space Program Criticized Over Costs & Nuclear Fears
Bush announces plans to set up a permanent base on the Moon and to send astronauts to Mars. Questions arise over the cost, the militarys role and the Mars-Halliburton connection.
Flashback: The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. On The U.S. Space Program
Today on MLKs 75th birthday, we look back to August 16, 1967 when Dr. King said If our nation can spend $35 billion a year to fight an unjust, evil war in Vietnam and $20 billion to put a man on the moon it can spend billion of dollars to put Gods children on their two feet right here on earth.